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iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

Which are the most popular places to buy clothes in Delhi?

Vineet Sharma DEC 10 2012
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If you lose your baggage in the flight while coming to Delhi, don’t sweat! If  you don’t lose your baggage, find in Delhi the opportunity to revamp your whole closet! On a serious note, Delhi has some great options when it comes to clothing and you can check out the following:

  • Sarojini Nagar: Famous for the variety of clothing this market has to offer, this market is always brimming full with people. From the calls of shopkeepers to the haggling buyers, you will find yourself wrapped in a bubble of activity when you are here. Thronged by college goers and youngsters to stock up on trendy apparel available here, this market is also known for the bakery items one can savour here. It is advisable to go here during the daytime, as this market is not very well lit in the night. Pick up tees, footwear, jeans, accessories- anything you want!

    Closed on: Mondays
    Parking Space: Easily available, in and around  the Market


  • Janpath/ Pallika Market: Bargainers’ paradise and shoppers’ heaven in Delhi these markets are frequented by people from all age and income groups. You can pick up home decorative items, apparel, footwear, curious accents and steal deals when in these markets that are conveniently located near the Rajiv Chowk Metro Station. Pallika Market is specifically famous for its electronic goods and you may want to pick up some gadget at a discounted price.

    Closed on: Sundays
    Parking Space: Available, but you might have to deposit your car keys with attendants. Don’t worry, your car is still safe.


  • Greater Kailash-1 Market: Located in one of the most upmarket areas of the Capital, this market has loads of options for you, ranging from branded showrooms to small shops selling apparel and footwear at reasonable prices. While you can bargain with the small shopkeepers who will quote exorbitant prices for ordinary goods, the branded stores may burn quite a hole in your pocket. Do try a paan from the famous Prince Paan Waala when you are here!

    Closed on: Tuesdays
    Parking Space: Not in plenty. Preferable to use the metro.


  • State Emporium: If you want to pick clothing particular to some state of India, this is where you should be. Pick up Kanjeewaram Sarees of South or the Bandhini  Prints from Rajasthan and rest assured, this is the best place to buy ethnic Indian clothing from. Since these shops are fixed price shops you can save yourself the trouble of haggling for prices.

    Closed on: Sundays
    Parking Space: Available


  • Select City Walk: Are you the strict brand-loyalist? Head to this three-mall-complex in South Delhi, where you can shop for a huge variety of brands, away from the heat and sun and minus the hassle of bargaining. Indulge the shopaholic in you and once you are done shopping, take a sip in one of the happening cafes or restaurants here.

    Closed on: Open all week
    Parking Space: Underground Parking in ample.


Coming to Delhi is a shopping excursion for many and if you are one of those, we are sure you are going to find something amazing here!

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